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URL redirection without changing the address in the address bar

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by qualispace, Nov 1, 2007.

  1. qualispace

    qualispace Regular Pleskian

    Mar 9, 2005
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    I want to redirect a website to a particular URL so that the address bar shows the same URL and not the destination URL. I know it is possible via URL masking, however, I want it in such a way that whenever somebody clicks on any link in the website, the address bar should still show the original URL. To put it in simple words,

    Suppose I want to redirect http://www.xyz.com to http://www.abc.com/pqr/index.htm. Now if there is a link named contact/index.htm and somebody clicks on it the address bar should display http://www.xyz.com/contact/index.htm and not redirect to http://www.abc.com/pqr/contact/index.htm.

    How can it be possible using URL Rewrite method in .htaccess file? Can anybody guide me?